Averill, Korean Bell, Friendship, Cabrillo Beach, White Point and Point Fermin San Pedro, CA
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All Terrain Miniature Golf
All Terrain Miniature Golf is miniature golf that is played everywhere, by everyone. 10 Teams of two are paired up and will compete each Saturday at a different location in San Pedro. Teams will play three games of All Terrain Miniature Golf. The team winning the best 2 out of 3 games wins the course for the week. Tournaments are 6 weeks long. The team that wins the most weekly courses WIN'S the tournament and a Cash Grand Prize of $250!!! The cost is just $10 per week per person or $120 per team. All Equipment is provided.
THE RULES ARE BELOW: The rules for All Terrain Miniature Golf are Simple! 1. Equipment Provided for all Tournaments. 2. Begin by placing hole markers in any pattern starting with marker 9 then 1,2,3,4,5,6,7 and 8 circling back to take your final shot from marker 8 towards marker 9 to end where you began. 3. Decide which team will shoot first. 4. Place ball at marker 9 to start shooting towards marker 1. Alternate play until all players have taken their first shot. Players should remain behind the marker until all players have taken their turn. Do not move marker 9 and move to where your ball lands. 5. Once at your ball continue play towards marker 1 with each player taking a turn staying in the original order of play. 6. Continue play in this manner until all players have struck marker 1 with their ball. 7. The player who strikes the marker with the least amount of strokes wins the marker. If there is a tie the marker belongs to the course. In either case play continues with the winner of the marker going first then all other players picking up the original order of play. 8. Continue play from marker 1 towards 2, then 3,4,5,6,7,8,9 in the same manner. 9. With the exception of marker 9 which is not moved each marker should be picked up and retained by the winner throughout the game and becomes a point. 10. If a marker becomes a course marker due to more than one player striking the marker with the same number of strokes it should be collected after all players have taken their initial shot towards the next marker and be placed atop the next marker increasing it's value by one. If there are two, three or even more ties in a row all markers are collected and placed atop the next marker increasing its value by one point for each marker. All markers are worth one point. 11. The first team to win five of the nine markers Wins the Game! 12. The first team to win two out of three games Wins the Course!
Averill, Korean Bell, Friendship, Cabrillo Beach, White Point and Point Fermin (View)
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San Pedro, CA 90731